Press Release

9th Annual March to End Poverty
Oakland, CA – May 17, 2014

On May 17th, Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation participated and volunteered at the 9th Annual March to End Poverty. During the event, CCCF had members of their team at a table explaining our services and sharing about upcoming seminars on Financial Scams and Fraud, Budgeting and Credit in the Alameda County area. Alameda County-Oakland Community Action Partnership (AC-OCAP), who put on this event, is a newly formed partnership between the County of Alameda and the City of Oakland that oversees federal funds and programs in America’s War on Poverty.

Ishwinder Judge, of CCCF had this to say: “Financial literacy and education is so crucial in fight against poverty. Here at CCCF we work tirelessly to help put a dent in this fight. Outreach events such like this, help get people connected with resources they surely need.”

As a local nonprofit credit counseling agency that also offers free financial education seminars, CCCF is a valuable resource. Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit agency with offices in Livermore, California. Founded in 2002 by Ishwinder Judge, our mission is to provide free counseling on budgeting, the wise use of credit, and other financial topics to our clients nationwide and especially in the nine-county Bay Area. We also aim to provide low-cost debt management services to those who need it. We are members of the American Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Association (AICCCA) and meet AICCCA’s rigorous standards of ethics and operational excellence. To learn more about Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation and our community outreach please visit us online at

Consumer Credit Counseling Foundation
2150 Portola Ave., Ste D-186
Livermore, CA 94551